This week Yvonne Lehman, Cynthia Hickey and Patty Smith Hall with Giveaways

» Posted on Nov 11, 2013 in Blog | 17 comments

Congratulations to Mary for winning Sharon Dunn’s Montana Standoff, to Melanie for winning Rebecca Ondov’s Horse Tales from Heaven, and to Suzie for winning Kimberly Johnson’s The Christmas Promise.

This week I’m hosting Yvonne Lehman with Seeking Mr. Perfect, Cynthia Hickey with Taming the Sheriff (US only), and Patty Smith Hall with The Doctor’s Bride. If you want to enter the drawings for the books, please leave a comment on one of the post during the week with your email address. I will not enter you without an email address (my way to contact you if you win). If you don’t want to leave an email address, another way you can enter is to email me at margaretdaley@gmail.com. The drawings end Sunday (Nov. 17th) evening.

Seeking Mr. Perfect - back and front coverSeeking Mr. Perfect - back and front cover81fSJG-Oq-L._SL1500_Bio for Yvonne Lehman:

Yvonne is an award-winning, best-selling author of more than 3,000,000 books in print, who founded and directed the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference for 25 years, is now director of the Blue Ridge “Autumn in the Mountains” Novelist Retreat. She mentors for the Christian Writers Guild. She earned a Master’s Degree in English from Western Carolina University and has taught English and Creative Writing on the college level. Her latest releases include eight ebooks for Barbour’s Truly Yoursline and a Harlequin/Heartsong series set in Savannah GA: The Caretaker’s Son, Lessons in Love, Seeking Mr. Perfect, (released in March, August, & November 2013). Her 50th novel is Hearts that Survive – A Novel of the TITANIC (Abingdon).

yvonnelehman3@gmail.com

www.christiansread.com – Novel Rocket

Blurb for Finding Mr. Perfect by Yvonne Lehman:

ELIZABETH (Lizzie) MARSHALL has watched her best friends fall in love and marry.  Even Aunt B in her 60’s found a new love. Lizzie longs for Mr. Perfect and has dated many eligible men from the Christian Dating Services. Her efforts led to nothing and she has no one special. She prays that if she’s destined to remain single she will accept it. To prove her sincerity she promises God she will not keep the date already set up. Then…the most wonderful-looking man she’s ever seen steps into the Pirate’s Cave and she’s tempted to retract that prayer.

ZACHARY (Zach) GRANT is an actor, playing the part of a pastor named Rev. Dr. Preston Bartholomew. Because he’s wearing a clerical collar and before he can reveal his identity Lizzie mistakes him for a real clergyman. He continues the charade, finding her intriguing and he is amused. Lizzie pretends to be a pirate at the Pirate’s Cave Restaurant, so what’s wrong with his pretending? However, when his secrets are revealed, Lizzie isn’t laughing.

Taming Sheriff CoverBio for Cynthia Hickey:

Multi-published author Cynthia Hickey had three cozy mysteries published through Barbour Publishing, with a novella releasing in March 2013. Her first mystery, Fudge-Laced Felonies, won first place in the inspirational category of the Great Expectations contest in 2007. Her third cozy, Chocolate-Covered Crime, received a four-star review from Romantic Times. All three cozies have been re-released as ebooks through the MacGregor Literary Agency, along with a new cozy series. She has several historical romances releasing in 2013 and 2014 through Harlequin’s Heartsong Presents, and a novella in Barbour’s large Christmas anthology. She is active on FB, twitter, and Goodreads. She lives in Arizona with her husband, one of their seven children, two dogs and two cats. She has five grandchildren who keep her busy and tell everyone they know that “Nana is a writer”. Visit her website at www.cynthiahickey.com.

Blurb for Taming the Sheriff by Cynthia Hickey:

THERE’S A NEW TEACHER IN TOWN

Charlotte Nelson arrives in the tiny mountain town of Plumville, Arkansas, with big ideas. She wants to mend the decades-old town feud by throwing a Christmas pageant. But it soon proves to be a challenge, especially when three of her students are determined matchmakers. She’s in no hurry to settle down—certainly not with the rugged, handsome sheriff.

Sheriff Asher Thomas can handle most trouble that comes his way, but Charlotte’s flashing eyes and black curls are a threat of a different kind. Soon she’s taking over his time and his thoughts. Will Asher change his bachelor ways for love?

The Doctor's Bride coverBio for Patty Smith Hall:

Patty Smith Hall has made up stories to keep herself occupied since she was was forced on boring Sunday drives into the Georgia countryside when she was a young girl. Now she’s happy to share her wild imagination and love of history with others, including her husband, Danny, two smart and gorgeous daughters, and a Yorkie she spoils like a baby. She resides in North Georgia.
 
Blurb for The Doctor’s Bride (Harlequin/Heartsong, Nov 2013) by Patty Smith Hall:
 
Dr. Joshua McClain is headed west
First stop: Hillsdale, Michigan, to break the marriage contract his late mother arranged between him and Katie Clark. Years ago, Katie left him behind in Charleston. But after a train crash, he comes face-to-face with Dr. Kathleen Clark, his childhood friend all grown up.
 
When Josh shows up in town, claiming they’re betrothed, Katie refuses to consider an arranged marriage. She’ll marry for love or not at all. Besides, he’s headed for Kansas Territory; her practice is here in Hillsdale. So why are they both finding it hard to break their betrothal and say goodbye.

17 Comments

  1. would be happy happy happy to win any of these books. Thank You for the chance to win.

    • Thanks for dropping by this morning! I can’t wait to introduce you guys to Dr. Katie Clark, the heroine in my book, The Doctor’s Bride.

      Blessings,
      Patty

  2. I would love to win any of the books this week. Thank you for the chance,

    Smiles & Blessings,
    Cindy W.

    countrybear52 AT yahoo DOT com

  3. All of these books sound wonderful and I love the covers. I would love to settle down with any of these books for a good read. Thank you for the opportunity.

    melback at cebridge dot net

    • Aren’t the covers gorgeous! The art department at Harlequin does such a fantastic job on all of their covers!

  4. What wonderful books! I would love to be a winner and look forward to this week’s interviews!

    texaggs2000 at gmail dot com

  5. Oh, these sound good! Please add me for Taming the Sheriff and Seeking Mr. Perfect. I am blessed to have Patty’s book already. Thanks.
    worthy2bpraised at gmail dot com

  6. Yes, I agree with those comments above…very nice selection of books. Thanks, Margaret, for organizing these interviews and chances to win.
    Brittany McEuen
    kbmceuen(at)yahoo(dot)com

  7. Great books, thank you for the chance to win one. “Taming the Sherriff” and “The Doctor’s Bride” really catch my interest but “Seeking Mr Perfect” does sound good too.

    wfnren(at)aol(dot)com

  8. Thank you!!

    Another week of fabulous books to add to my list.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  9. I would love to win any of these books. Thanks for the chance!

  10. I would love to win these books. I have just started to get to know Love inspired and would so love to have some to read and review for my blog. I think they all sounds excellent ! Thank you for a chance to be able to win and read such fine christian fiction.
    Blessings
    Linda Finn
    Faithful Acres Books
    http://www.faithfulacresbooks.wordpress.com
    faithfulacresbooks@gmail.com

  11. All of the above books sound like good reads. I would like to be entered for all of them.

    ohiobuckeye91 [at] gmail (dot) com

    Thank you for hosting the giveaway!

  12. Thanks to everyone who dropped by to visit with us!

    Blessings,
    Patty

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